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sandy might dampen the much anticipated jobs report since the federal government was closed monday due to the storm. the labor department says they intend to release the report on time, but still would not rule out a delay. it will be the final jobs report before the presidential election. are you looking up to a huge pile of candy in your house? if you do not want the extra can around, it could be a good time to teach positive lessons on giving. >> americans were expected to spend a whopping $8 billion on halloween this year, according to retailers. that includes $2.3 billion worth of candy. but all of that sweet stuff can scare parents, so consider some tricks for dealing with too many treats. halloween to be a spooky time for pediatric dentists who fret over sugar in their patients' teeth. over the last two years, many have initiated buybacks, where youngsters bring in sweet treats to exchange for cash, coupons, even new toothbrushes. the dentists and the candy -- said that the candy off to a few groups that put the treats into care packages for u.s. troops serving overseas. but oth
is the government doing to get a handle on the impact of the storm ? >> president obama has signed two emergency declarations, bringing the number to 11. we can talk about what fema is doing. they're asking dover air force base to open to be a staging event for supplies. the bay bridge is closed down. major roads and rivers are closed down. about 6500 national guard troops being deployed to 11 states. >> hallie jackson, thank you. tried to stay dry this morning. >> 5:28. live team coverage as we continue to track the remnants of sandy. >> an update on trafficpulse 11 is coming up. >> things are winding down and we will take a step-by-step through the afternoon. >> this is it live look at the jones falls. >> good morning. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. and member of maryland residents a waking up in the dark this morning -- a number of maryland residents are waking up in the dark this morning. we have live team coverage in just a moment. we will check in with tony pann yet. >> it will be settling down and not as b
unusual. >> hurricane sandy is not only impacting the way people prepare but the government. >> we have this latest report on how things look in d.c. >> we are in washington and it is late rain. there's not much wind. but the worst is expected over the next 18 to 24 hours. we could see winds up to 60 miles an hour, driving rain and potential for flooding on downtown streets like these. at this point it appears that commuters will be stuck. the train and subway system is shut down as transportation is affected in other parts of the country. students are not in school and most feds employees will tphnot work today. >> you can track hurricane sandy's movements on our radar and see satellite images, follow updates on live wire and all on www.wbaltv.com and on our mobile app. >> 53 degrees at 5:46. more team coverage coming up of hurricane sandy. >> this is a look over the inner harbor in downtown baltimore. rain here. but it is going to get worse. back in a moment. stephanie rawlings-blake: voting for question seven is an... incredible opportunity for baltimore. jim smith: question seven wi
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